"Delicious! No egg yolks. Great idea for leftover eggs and ham!" — GIOGIOW
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diced cooked ham
seasoned bread crumbs
Was easy to make, I cooked the eggs the day before and peeled them, tossed them into a container and mixed up the filling in another container and took to Easter at a friends- They were not sure they would love it- but they did. I did sub the onions out for Scallions for a nice spring color. They tasted great. Next time I plan to add some water chestnuts diced up to give it a little bit of crunch- every liked them and thought they were a nice addition to the Easter table where there was already deviled eggs.
My mother made these on Easter, but doesn't have an account, so I'm going to review it. Most of us didn't enjoy it, but "Yum" from my husband.
do try this!!!
Everybody really liked them, but they were a little time consuming! Will definitely make again!
Very nice and tasty. Everyone loved them. I used bacon instead of ham. I think I will double the cream cheese mixture next time.
My family went to town on these!! I kid you not. I made a 2 batches. One as written with the cream cheese and 1 with the cream cheese with onion and chives......and lord almighty! my family hovered the pan at the stove just after they cooled...they didn't make it any further. They were GONE. The overall texture was good, nice crunch from the onion and bread crumbs, I used Panko seasoned bread crumbs...we didn't feel that they needed anything more. But our favorite way was with the cream cheese with the chives!!! Man it was good, I could not keep my fingers out of the mix!! TY a keeper!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Great Easter Appetizer
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 78
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